It's the definition of talent.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson has yet to start a game at quarterback for national power Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas… and he's ranked No. 7 overall at the position for the class of 2018, according to Scout.com.
On Sunday, Thompson-Robinson verbally committed to UCLA.
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Last season, with National Player of the Year Tate Martell -- who's now at Ohio State -- at QB, Thompson-Robinson lined up at receiver and caught eight touchdowns.
In mop up duty at quarterback, the 6-foot-1, 195-pound Thompson-Robinson passed for 269 yards and three scores.
With Josh Rosen most certainly headed to the NFL after this season, Thompson-Robinson will have five other QBs to compete against for the starting job.